#1
As you know the standard series offer the choice of a 50s or 60s neck
I will get round to trying these at one point, but i was wondering which is most like a strat neck, as ive grown comfortable with a strat neck, thanks
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#2
gibson or epi?
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#3
Well, neither of them are much like a strat neck, but supposedly the 50's one is fatter, and the 60's one is thinner.

They will still feel quite different to a strat. They're both chunkier, and because of the binding, it'll have a square edge down the side of the fretboard, rather than the more rounded and filed-down edge of a strat. It's also a shorter scale length, so the frets are a bit closer together.

It's not bad, it's just that it might take a bit of time to get used to.

I say 60's neck, but it won't be close to a strat.
#5
do you plan on playing shows. They're very heavy. But other than that all les pauls have great tone and sustain.
#6
yeh i'll be gigging with it, and the heavyness is all worth it isnt it? sure i'll adjust fine, i only hoped i wouldnt need to lol, thanks
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#7
The 60's neck is thinner so I it would resemble the strat neck more than the 50's.
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#8
well i mean yea it takes some getting use to but if you can manage then id go for it because there great.. i just like to move around alot when i play shows so i use light guitars like s-gs..
#9
The 60's is more like a Strat neck from my experience but depending on what styles of music you play you might be better off with the 50s neck anyway.
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#10
the 50's is closer to a V strat(larger) neck and the 60's is closer to a C strat (thinner) neck

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